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Children in the remote parts of Southern Romania play freely, unwatched by the adults, on the hills and in the deserted colorful homes of what once was a flourishing turkish settlement.
Many poor families live in Bucharest illegal, in homes took from the rightful owners by the Communist regime. Most of their children don't have papers and don't go to school. This little boy is deaf a
View over ground zero on to the other side
Paralympics race through olympic flame vapours
Children of Yazd
Modern Nasreddin
A girl doing eye make-up in one of parks of Tehran, Iran.
A metro station in Dubai, UAE.
Soaking in the sun at Piazza Del Popolo
Waiting for her mother (a dance teacher) to finish work on a Sunday in the Culture House in Cimislia, Republic of Moldavia, the little girl was playing with her kitten in the hallway.
Old lady in an asylum in Southern Moldavian Republic, hand washing the clothes of her roommates.
Portrait of my little neighbor.
A girl playing with the lihgt in a deserted house in the remote region of Southern Dobrogea, Romania.
The story of the little girl and the old witch... as you know it.
A girl waiting... waiting to grow old and preparing her hiding place...
Monument in London city.
Young and old... two worlds melting in a dream...
Rhythm of city Vilnius
Street carnival in Bucharest.
A deaf child's inner world...
Night can also be a playground...
Summer in Druskininkai. Something happy someone is sad.
A ballroom in a ruined chateau, a train cutting through the fields of Northern Romania, a story like character...
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Portrait of my little neighbor.

Portrait of my little neighbor.

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Bucharest, Romania
Member since 2014
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© Ana Alexandrescu.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2012
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 8, 2013, 5:10 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: NIKON D90
Focal Length: 18mm
Shutter Speed: 1/30
Aperture: f4
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